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Working with George Chaplin, the size of the population of eastern North America at c. AD 1500 was estimated from a density surface created by interpolating from population concentrations identified through the use of archaeological materials. Some areas were more heavily occupied (dark) than others (light), with a large part of the Midwest being depopulated relative to land elsewhere.

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